Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 15
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April 15, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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WBDNMDAY, APRIL IS, 1MI ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ANNOl TO RUMMERS OF ttttftitb STATES SAVINGS BOfrDS EXCHANGE PRIVILEGE Holders of Series F and Series Q bonds maturing from May 1 through December 1953, are offered the privilege, during the period prior to May I, of exchanging them par for par with interest adjustments to May 1, for 3£ percent fully marketable long term treasury bonds (in registered or bearer forms) to be dated May 1, 1953, and to mature June 18, 1083. CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS The new issue of thirty-year 3}% Treasury bonds to be dated May 1, 1953 and to mature June 15, 1983 will also be available for cash subscriptions at par. (Subscriptions books may be closed at any time without notice.) Please Consult Us for further Details and Assistance \ First National Bank & TRUST COMPANY In Alton Capital and Surplus $1,500,000 THIRD AND BELLE STREETS • ALTON, ILLINOIS. MEMBEB FKDEHAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Gleetpen* Celebrate Jersey Couple Observe* 57th Wedding Anniversary Today Read Classified Ads Daily JER8EYV1LLE — Although no formal observance was planned for the occasion, the 97 Wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Peter F. Gltespen, well known loral couple, which occurred today, was remembered by their many friends and relatives with messages of congratulation, flowers and gifts. A trukey dinner was given at the home of the couple's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Springman on S. State St. today for members of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Oleespon were married here April 15, 1896 at St. Francis Xavier's Church and have spent their married life in Jersey County of which community they are both natives. Mrs. Gleespen was formerly Miss Ida Prine, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Prine of Jerseyvllle, arid Mr. Gleespen is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Gleespen of Jersey County. Mrs. Gleespen will celebrale her 75th birthday anniversary on May 23, and Mr. Gleespen is 77. They both keep busy with the duties about their home. They have an apartment at the Springman home and Mrs. Gleespen does her own housekeeping. She is currently serving as junior vice president of the Woman's Relief Corps of Lowe Post, and for years was district deputy of the Royal Neighbor Lodge. Gleespen, who has established a reputation for his prowess in raising Jumper-crops in his garden, has already planted most of his garden spot back of their residence where he has a great variety of vegetables each year. V' • many years he was custodian of the Jerseyville postoffice, retiring from that post at the age of 65. He and Mrs. Gleespen moved to a farm southwest of Jerseyville and several years ago they returned to Jerseyville to reside. •Mr. and Mrs. Gleespen were the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Harry Springman of Jerseyville, and Mrs. Clarence Darbey who died in 1922. Mrs. Gleespen Is-,the sister of Mrs. Joseph McDaniels and of Arthur and Earl Prine of Jerseyville. Mr. Gleespen's two sisters, Mrs. Matt Walsh of Jerseyville and Sister Josepha of the Dominican Order, are both deceased. VICK'S SHOE STORE BRINGS YOU BIG SAVINGS IN THE BARGAms GAloRE! lAFTER-EASTER and SPRING, SAVE UP TO 50% ON FOOTWEAR! NEW SPRING SANDALS AND BABY DOLL PUMPS Choice of many styles in all wanted colors. You'll want several pairs at this low price. CHECK THESE VALUES' OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P. M. K All Sizes 4 to 9 Values to $7,95 Children's HOUSE SLIPPERS One Odd Lot At Only r See These Shoes Before You Buy CHILDREN'S SHOES Popular styles for boys and girls, all sizes. Values Up To $5,95 ONE LOT OF CHILDREN'S SHOES Broken sizes in popular styles. Out they go at only FLATTIES AND SPRING PLAY SHOES Choice of colon, Toe and heel style*. Sizes 4 to 9 Valuis Up To $4,95 • Orchid • Red • Blue « Wine i WORK SHOES: I • Leather Uppers | • Composition Soles' i Spielal Group I • Values to 5.95 "JARMAN Men's Shoes Square Dane* fcihoes included Odd Lots and Samples Values Up To $14,95 Many Popular Styles. Fin* Quality Leathers Genuine Calf-Skin, jet Black, Sizes 5 Through MEN'S NAVY OXFORDS BASKETBALL SHOES t Suction Sola* • «6.§8 Vftlues Th* Prettiest and For Your Walking NURIES 1 OXFORDS § I*.M Values ffcia praduft lus M eooase* U»u whatever with th* 4 B) e r i c a a V»tioa»l Brloker rean waters Brtclter on t,p«ve BEN 8MCKER, SN, USN, who aboard the USS Repose, AH- 16, Is on 30-day leave with h t s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brlck- er Sr., Route 1, Brighton. In service 16 months, Brlcker has been in Ja* paneic and Ko- for the past nine months. As s civilian he attended East. Junior High School, Meissner 15chool at Bunker Hill and worked at the Western Cartridge Co. _ ' Sfft. >T. A. Crtim Orntluatod After throe weeks of intensive study, Marine Sgt. Melvin A. Crum, recently was graduated from a Non-Commissioned Officers School at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crum of Palmyra. Following his graduation he was returned to "D" Co., , 2nd Bn., 32th Marine Regt., as a section leader. His wife is the former Lola Peters of Jacksonville. Opl. Dreltii in RerontinlMnnrp Cpl. Donald D. Dreilh, USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones of SOB Millon Rd., is serving in the 1st Div. Reconnaissance Co. in Korea. He Is a radio operator for the patrol's probing Chinese positions. Cpl. Dreith was recently transferred from 1st Angllco Naval Gunfire wnit. Pflter Wright Homo A-l-o Peter David Wright has returned home after spending two years in Anchorage, Alaska, with the Air Force. He left April 9. for Knoxvllle Base, after a 32-day leave with his brother, Virgil fit ttfuf Onf of Service With Of Greene Teachers In Meet Today Final Session of Year at Greenfield final meeting of the school year of the Greene County Education Association is being hew it the Greenfield High School today, Sewtons win open at 4:30 p, m., followed by dinner in the grade school lunch room at 8:30 and the evening session at 7:45. Officers will be elected during the business meeting and the program will Include discussion of proposed legislation of Interest to the group. Wayne Stoneking, assistant research director of the Illinois Education Association, will be the principal speaker and Miss Emma Leonard, a member of the Jacksonville High School faculty, will speak on, "Teaching Moral and Spiritual Values in Our Public Schools". The Greenfield High School Chorus will sing, under Ihe direction of Miss Verna Hagaman. fterelva Caps GREENFIELD-TWO local girls, Mary Jane Flnney and Virginia Sonneborn, have received their caps at exercises at Passavant Hospital School of Nursing, Jacksonville. The girls were members of the 1952 class of the local high school and entered nurses training last fall. Miss Finney Is the dauhter of Wright of East Alton. Easter Sunday he was honor guest at a birthday dinner in observance of his 25th anniversary, and atlending were Henry Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller, Frank Wright and Betty Bien. "Thought I'd IOM my nind from terrible pain mill I found Pazp!" M>« Mra. F f L n BtHtMyn.N. Y. Itching, pain o( ilmplt pIlM drive YOU mid? Amuini PMO* ids infonlly to rellevt «uch misery I Soothes tore tl J»UM. Lubricate* hardened tory form or tub* with perforated pipe. *Pato OMmiM and Supt>oiil<nita$ Mr, MH! Mfii Ruswlt ftofty tnd Mtts Somteown is fhedwshtw of Mfi a flu Mrs. Ancle GREENFIELD — The public library has received a loan of 218 books from the state Horary in Springfield for a period of three months. The 'group includes 8ft adult fiction books, books for ore* school age and primary, junior UOORB and for teen*age students. Regularjjatrons of thefimtfy and new borrowers an urged to take advantage of this collection of books, The library it open Toes- day and Friday nights and Saturday afternoon, i i PKO meeting GREENFIELD — ' A change of hostesses has been made for the meeting of MJ chapter PEG tc- night and the group will meet at the home of Mrs. Amol Oreer at 8 o'clock, Mrs. R. B. Ellis will give the program in the interest THANK MAVWrti Men itUcKi «rt icid mdiistuai> wh«n It itMKtt tm B«1t-*ni ubitu. Th«y ctmtim tM ft«t««t-ictin* mtdicmw Known to doeut* for (hi relief of heartburn ind <nm. Sot rKunded If not ittufled. Bind empty eirton to B«ii.»ns. Omnitehvirg. N, V. On Bell-ant tartly. tM. service, tin returned to ^WLJOTH. city i Henderson canw TO Qfitn* Weld to attend funeral sfnlMt toft his mother, Mrs, Carflt ' son. Ban Placed On , "Ban Cow Slaughter,' slogans have Been ai increasing frequency Indian bank notes, f ___________ ports. The Reserve Bank AH in* nounced that it will not accept ttteTT notes. Under the Legal TOftftf Ordinance, It is, pointed oat* ffiMf' notes cease to be legay tender. r IN DEBT? §Hnf Ui AIT few on Payments Von Can and Get f on Ont of 0M» . Room m Oommtfalil Building MS W Third at Alton, Ot, Phons 94814 LEADING NAMES c<t a wottden^i 26 PliCE KITCHEN OUTFIT Irish Oobbler or Rid Triumph POTATOES too Li. BAG Calif. Navel ORANGES . t - i dot. S9t Washington State Box , APPLES .. . 3lb». 39d Braeh's Tdasted MARSHMALLOWS, 2-lb, bag , . , 35i NATIONALLY FAMOUS ELECTRIC JUICE FUNNEL JUICL BOWL JUICE EXTRACTER REAMER ?*W hits ''swing-up" miieirqj head, two ch beaten, ball-bearing, self-turning turn-table. Rubber-covered cord. 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